BIPR: Nurturing Minds, Changing Lives
Through our counseling, education, and training programs, we do change lives. Our dedication to staying abreast of scientific studies in brain imaging and proven techniques helps us understand how the brain works, and therefore what interventions are the most likely to help. Our early childhood programs and parent education programs work to prevent problems and intervene early. Our counseling programs aid struggling individuals to help them become strong, healthy, productive family and community members.
BIPR offers low fee, affordable psychotherapy and Mental Health Services to children, adolescents, adults, families and couples through its effective, highly respected counseling program. BIPR uses a sliding fee scale based on a person’s ability to pay.
New Website Service: Ask a Psychologist!
This new Educational Service is an on-line blog and questions and answer column. Ask your question and we will answer it on-line. You can check previous columns to see if your question has already been answered.
Exciting New Parenting Series:
Be the Best Parent You Can Be!
Join us for our Be the Best Parent You Can Be brown bag lunch series. We are so excited about this free lecture series which will take place the third Wednesday of the month from 12:00-1:00. Parents who have the time can stay until 1:30 for a question and answer period. We had a lot of great suggestions for topics from parents many of which we will be offering during the first half of 2013. Please submit your suggestions so that they can be included in lectures during the latter part of this year. All lectures will take place at the Wilderness Early Learning Center 2845 Wilderness Place, Boulder, CO.
Are you excited about our parenting classes but don’t live in the area? Inquire about how to participate via our webinars.
BIPR is Accepting Applications for
Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellowships/Pre-Doctoral Internships
We are now accepting applications for a Post-Doctoral Fellow or Pre-Doctoral Intern Starting July 1, 2013. The position is a two-year, approximately 25 hour/week commitment. Applications are due April 30th, 2013.
The training at BIPR is rich in attachment theory, the impact of trauma on the brain, and neurobiologically informed psychodynamic psychotherapy. Clients range from very young children to adults. Couples, group and family therapy are also possible. An integral part of the program is intensive work in early childhood including: preschool and nursery school consultation, and early intervention in infant/parent, toddler/parent or preschool child/parent dyads. BIPR makes every attempt to assign cases based on student areas of interest. Research opportunities may be available. Individuals with Early Childhood Experience will be given preference.
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You CAN make a difference!
$1000 will help 10 emotionally troubled or developmentally disabled children in our therapeutic preschool for nearly one month.
$500 will help a child recover from the devastating effects of physical or sexual abuse.
$100 will help prevent childhood trauma through our parent education programs.
Please Help Today!